Good news for Lindsay last Friday when Judge Elden Fox ordered that the troubled star return to rehab instead of sending her back to jail.

Lindsay has been ordered to stay at the Betty Ford clinic until January 3rd. But her probation report raises the question as to how the 24-year-old will be able to afford the $53,000 bill for her three month stint.

The report says: "She indicates she can not afford to continue to pay for the treatment program and she needs to work."

The report also claimed that "continued inpatient treatment would be a hardship financially, and damaging to her career."

"[Lindsay says] her clothing line is falling apart because she is not available to monitor the product."

The judge denied her request to be moved to out patient care. Despite being stuck in rehab it hasn't stopped from doing work on her clothe line according to People Magazine.

The celebrity is maintaining work on her 6126 line from her room and has carried out meetings with who ever she needs to talk to.

"Lindsay is still seeing income from the line, and it's doing three times better than originally expected,' a source says. 'It's keeping her busy and productive.'

Her prolonged stint in the Betty Ford clinic means she will have to turn down her role as Linda Lovelace in the upcoming film “Inferno”.

Dr. Lee Sadja, who treated Lindsay when she was briefly in rehab at the UCLA Medical Center, said she needs to stay in rehab until she can accept her addictions.

"There was some denial regarding her drug addiction. [She] needs to continue to work on her issues in order to save her life," the report said.

Come up with another excuse Lindsay, of course you can afford it!